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Sadjad Fouladi

Ph.D. Candidate at Stanford University

About

I'm a Ph.D. candidate at the Computer Science Department at Stanford University, advised by Keith Winstein. My research focuses on creating new systems and abstractions for large-scale interactive computing, where users can execute a wide range of resource-intensive tasks with low latency.

My recent work includes:

  • R2E2, a system for low-latency ray-tracing of extermely large scenes using 1000s of cloud functions,
  • gg, a framework for outsourcing everyday jobs to 10,000 threads on serverless platforms,
  • Salsify, a new architecture for low-latency real-time Internet video, and
  • ExCamera, a system for low-latency video processing using thousands of tiny threads.

You can read more about these projects here.

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Last Updated: April 29, 2021